Volunteer with NACA - National Position Detail

National Volunteer Positions: NACA® Live Education Session Reviewer

Closed: Tuesday, September 1, 2020 Closed


Reviews submitted educational sessions and serve as a part of the committee to select the educational sessions. Maintains regular contact with presenters leading up to NACA® Live to serve as a resource in preparing their sessions and assists with the on-site review program.

Specific Responsibilities

Encourages potential presenters from each region.
Completes educational program review, and submit results to the Educational Sessions Coordinator
Participates in training calls as scheduled.
Maintains a thorough knowledge and understanding of, and ensures adherence to NACA policies and procedures, as well as other applicable laws and regulations.
Assures that NACA goals, initiatives and relevant Strategic Plan objectives are integrated with convention initiatives and position responsibilities.
Follows NACA’s Non-Discrimination, Diversity Advancement and Affirmative Actions Principles to recommend others to fill available positions in the NACA leadership and takes the necessary steps to achieve a diverse Association both through the recruitment of volunteers and suggesting to the Board of Directors new or modified programs and services for the Association’s members.


Must be a full-time staff member or graduate student at a member institution.(Note: if the volunteer changes jobs during the position’s term, the new school must also be an NACA member and provide a statement of support. The NACA Office, Chair of the Board, National Volunteer Development Coordinator must be informed of this change and the letter of support must be received at the NACA Office within 30 days of hiring.)
Must have approval from and support of their institution prior to applying for the position (Note: support is defined as financial as well as time out of the office, etc.)

Association Support


Term of Service

August - Oct

NACA Office Liaison

Education and Development Coordinator